Offer your Ramadan Prayers at Home, Says Islamic Scholars

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Ramadan will begin on the evening of Thursday, 23 April and end on the evening of Saturday, May 23. This Ramadan is not going to be the same as it has been since ages. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the lives and lifestyle of the due lockdown ramadan prayers from home.

In the wake of lockdown, Ulamas, Muftias and Islamic Scholars have requested  the Muslim brothers to complete the holy month of Ramadan prayers, Taraweeh Namaz at home.  To this extent, a statement was released by Jamia-Nizamia, on Thursday.

Sahar, along with Iftar, during the Ramadan fasting, have to do it at home.  It urged the people to help the poor and do their best not to waste money and follow the lockdown rules strictly.

Asaduddin Owaisi, MIM party chief  has welcomed the request of Uleman and Mufti’s to make Taraweeh at home during Ramadan . He tweeted: “This is a good request because the country has imposed a nationwide lockdown.”

Guidelines have been issued to all Muslim schools, which must be strictly adhered to, not only in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, but throughout the country” on Thursday.